White guy beat up for dating black girl
The police said the victim, an 18-year-old from the suburbs with mental disabilities, spent hours tied up and terrified on Chicago’s West Side before officers found him wandering the streets in a daze.“They admit that they were beating him, kicking him,” Cmdr.Kevin Duffin of the Chicago Police said of the four defendants.The woman laughs as two men cut the sleeve of the victim’s shirt. Trump and “white people.” Later, a man is seen cutting a patch of hair from the victim’s head, appearing to draw blood in the process.Officers found the victim wandering bloodied and in distress with Mr.In Chicago, city officials and black leaders condemned the attack and offered support to the victim.Mayor Rahm Emanuel called the assault “sickening,” adding, “There is more to our city than that.”The police superintendent, Eddie Johnson, called the beating “deplorable” and praised the officers who spotted the victim walking on the street and called for an ambulance.
The police were eventually able to link the victim to a nearby report of a battery.
In fact, I completely forgot about it until a few responses started to pop up. But what about that 4 percent of blacks and 16 percent of whites?
It was Britni Danielle’s "Nobody Cares That You Date White Girls" piece for Clutch magazine that caused me to go back and reevaluate. Lots of people in this country would like to believe that race relations are swell, racism is dead, and everyone is happy. Image: Gallup There's a belief among some members of racial groups that one who dates outside of that race is disloyal, self-loathing, or has, for lack of a better word, been brainwashed. As author Lincoln Blades asserts in a piece at Uptown magazine, we need to promote an honest discussion about interracial relationships. It's hard to face the truth that educated and talented women like Mac Arthur Fellow Tiya Miles feel contempt towards black men who date white women.
Four African-Americans kick and hit him and slash at his scalp.
As a cellphone camera captures their blurry images and broadcasts the ordeal on Facebook, the attackers hurl racial insults and denounce President-elect Donald J. On Thursday, as a groundswell of online outrage over the beating laid bare racial tensions ahead of the presidential transition, four people who the police said had participated in the assault were charged with hate crimes.